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Ed Tech Thought Leader Interview: Innovative CIO Phil Komarny
Do Video Lessons Reinforce Learning, or Just Reinforce Pre-existing Incorrect Understanding?
A tumor stole every memory I had. This is what happened when it all came back
The secret to the Uber economy is wealth inequality
People are finally worrying about online privacy—and tech firms are already cashing in
Why Apple is suddenly so obsessed with your privacy
What it feels like to be the last generation to remember life before the internet
How will ad-blocking software change the web-content industry?
Philosophers can’t agree on how much we should help refugees
The “gifted” system in US schools is broken, racist, and completely fixable
Why GE had to kill its annual performance reviews after more than three decades
Campus political correctness is no threat, it’s a wish for a better future
An absurd number of jobs around the world are going unfilled
The Stanford professor who pioneered praising kids for effort says we’ve totally missed the point
US professors aren’t getting any more accepting of online learning—but students definitely are
Teens have a smart reason for abandoning Facebook and Twitter
The same behaviors that spell academic success can backfire at work
How one programmer broke the internet by deleting a tiny piece of code
Academia is quietly and systematically keeping its women from succeeding
No, it’s not you: Google maps really did get crappy
Entrepreneurs don’t have a special gene for risk—they come from families with money
The digital age has destroyed the concept of ownership, and companies are taking advantage of it
Map of the Internet
You are almost definitely not living in reality because your brain doesn’t want you to
Virtual assistants spend much of their time fending off sexual harassment
These are the science concepts you need to know to understand political life in 2017
How to make your kid good at anything, according to a world expert on peak performance
21st-century propaganda: A guide to interpreting and confronting the dark arts of persuasion
A free, teacher-less university in France is schooling thousands of future-proof programmers

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